Eagles Baseball Players Honored in District 20

The Lexington Eagles had several baseball players honored with post season accolades by District 20 coaches’ voting. Three first team, two second team, and three honorable mention All- District honors were given. Jacob King, Walker Hess, and Nathanael Clifford were voted to the first team All- District. King was on the mound for most of the Eagles’ important games. He […]


LISD Scholarships

Temple College Announces Spring 2017 Honor Lists

Temple College has announced its honor lists for the spring 2017 semester. To be named to the President’s Honor List, a student must take at least nine semester credit hours and earn at least a 4.0 grade point average. This year’s students on the President’s Honor List include: Lexington – Alena Murphree; Caldwell – Abigail Royall; Cameron – Brittany Carrasco, […]


Sports Thoughts…………..

The Academy Lady Bees remain in the state softball tourney. The first tourney game was at 6:00 pm Wednesday. The Lady Eagles played the Lady Bees very close the second game of district play. If the Lady Bees win state, that would make Lexington and the rest of the district look stronger. Franklin finished third in District 20 baseball. They […]

LISD Graduation

Dr. Tobias joins Tejas Health Care, Giddings

(Giddings, TX) May 26, 2017 – Sheri Kehler, Chief Executive Officer, Tejas Health Care (THC) is pleased to announce that Enrique Tobias, M.D. will begin providing services at THC’s Giddings facility, located at 898 E. Richmond Street, beginning June 8th, 2017 ”I am very pleased to introduce Dr. Tobias to our patients and their families in Giddings. We are honored […]

Lexington’s Past Reported

May 30, 1857 – StateGazette(Austin, Texas) noted the establishment of the Caldwell Times, a new democratic paper at Caldwell,Burleson, by Jo. Littlefield. [Note: The Lexington area was a part of Burleson county until 1874 when Lee County was formed] May 29, 1877- Galveston DailyNews:“LEE COUNTY.The Giddings Tribune reports that from the appearance of the grain, so far as heard, the […]

Lamar Award

Mirabeau B. Lamar, Freemason and the second President of the Republic of Texas, is remembered as the founder to the Texas public schools and has been called the Father of Education in Texas. His views regarding education are seen clearly in his statement, “the cultivated mind is the guardian genius of democracy.” The Lamar Award of Excellence for Personal Achievement […]